OSS is a provider of high-end scalable computer systems used by engineers, scientists, creators and other professionals who are pushing the boundaries of thier industries - A company founded in 1998 by seasoned tech executives, Steve Cooper and Mark Gunn with the mission of developing and selling specialized Industrial PC components and systems.
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Today, these scalable systems are used by engineers, scientists, creators and other professionals who are pushing the boundaries of their industries. Through it's AI on the Fly initiatives, OSS is also leading the trend of moving artificial intelligence (AI) computing out of data centers to the field close to where data is sourced.
OSS services hundreds of customers a year across a wide range of industries. Two of the company's top customers include Disguise, a leader in media servers for video productions of large scale events such as the Super Bowl; and U.S. defense giant Raytheon, a major U.S. defense contractor and industrial corporation with core manufacturing concentrations in weapons and military and commercial electronics.
A long-haul truck cruises by you on Interstate 10 in west Texas. You get a brief wave from the driver who seems unfocused on the road ahead. It’s hot and the road is bumpy. You didn’t realize it but you just encountered an autonomous driving truck in development, testing out the latest version of its Artificial Intelligence algorithms. The truck is loaded with unseen video cameras, lidar, radar and infer-red sensors. As it travels along it is seeing its environment and its on-board computers are making the thousands of little decisions that keep it moving safely to its prescribed destination. The driver is a safety layer that will be removed in future iterations of the design.
Adoption of the latest HPC and AI technologies in autonomous vehicles is creating a surge in vehicle real-time data processing capabilities. The growth in number, speed and resolution of vehicle sensors and related compute performance in autonomous vehicles has in turn led to increased demand for high-capacity, high-throughput storage. Effective storage within autonomous vehicles must meet three primary criteria: throughput to match the capture and processing rates, a rapid data transfer workflow for offloading the captured data, and a rugged environmental design to operate in any autonomous vehicle conditions.
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Notable achievements in 2021: One Stop Systems won several programs to provide data-center-class AI hardware into rugged mobile edge environments without compromising performance such as in Mobile Datacenters and Autonomous Trucks. It also launched the high performance Rugged Compute Server for AI Transportable applications, Rigel.